Booti Booti National Park is a great camp site right at the beach that you can take a van or RV with hot showers free gas barbecues & well maintained amenities.
The national parks office is right in the middle of the camp site. Lots of flat sites no power though & no generators so you need to go solar.
7 mile beach is pristine with great fishing & incredible white sand.
Pretty short track but fun, ends up on a nice quiet beach, don’t attempt the track though if you don’t have good ground clearance. Make sure you let someone know your going down there, its a long walk (or swim) out if you get stuck. One way in, one way out.
After years of erosion with no maintenance, this track can not be successfully tackled without at least 30 cm ground clearance, low range use and some hill climbing experience.
There is serious ruts and boulders just waiting to crack your sump or diff. You would be a crazy to attempt it without either a winch or another vehicle for tow-outs.
Booti Booti National Park hosts Flat Rock, another of the area’s top live-bait and spinning platforms. It’s a bit of a walk out to Flat Rock so be warned.
At the north end of Seven Mile Beach is Janies Corner, a very popular spot for surfers and anglers. Janies would have to produce the best numbers of big tailor in the area, as well as bream and school jew. Mullet and tailor strips or whole gar and pilchards on ganged hooks are a good starting point.
The crisp sunny days of autumn are perfect for packing up a picnic or barbecue hamper and heading out for a day relaxing in the sun.
Magnificent wildflower displays as they bloom across the heathlands.
Swim at the seasonally patrolled Elizabeth Beach or kayak in Wallis Lake, whilst staying at the nearby Ruins campground.
Visit Cape Hawke lookout to watch whales migrating off the coast.
Park entry fees:
$8 per vehicle per day. The park has coin-operated pay and display machines – please bring correct coins.